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Simple Data Compression by Differential Analysis using Bit Reduction and Number System Theory
Simple Data Compression by Differential Analysis using Bit Reduction and Number System Theory
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Simple Data Compression by Differential Analysis using Bit Reduction and Number System Theory

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This is a simple algorithm which is based on number …

This is a simple algorithm which is based on number
theory system and file differential technique. It employs a
technique which unlike other is independent of repetition
and frequency of character.In the algorithm original file is
broken into some small files using differential techniques
and then every small file is considered as certain n-base
number system where n is the number of different characters
in the file. Now the compression is done converting this nbase
number system to binary number system. The main
concept behind this algorithm is to save the bits by converting
the higher number system to lower one. It is a simple
compression and decompression process which is free from
time complexity.

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  • 1. ACEEE Int. J. on Information Technology, Vol. 01, No. 03, Dec 2011 Simple Data Compression by Differential Analysis using Bit Reduction and Number System Theory Debashish Chakraborty1, Sandipan Bera2 , Anil Kumar Gupta2, Soujit Mondal2 Department of Computer Science & Engineering1 and Information Technology2 St. Thomas’ College of Engineering. & Technology, Kolkata-23, West Bengal, India sunnydeba@gmail.com,sandipan.bera@gmail.com, anilgupta00749@gmail.comAbstract— This is a simple algorithm which is based on number distortion theory [6,7,8,9]. This is a new data compressiontheory system and file differential technique. It employs a algorithm. It is not so much dependent about the characterstechnique which unlike other is independent of repetition repetition. Though its compression ratio is not so much butand frequency of character.In the algorithm original file is the differential technique makes the compression ratio to abroken into some small files using differential techniques constant value. The main advantage of this technique is thatand then every small file is considered as certain n-basenumber system where n is the number of different characters it can compress the output file which is produced after applyingin the file. Now the compression is done converting this n- certain compression techniques on a file. So this algorithmbase number system to binary number system. The main gives good result when it is used for hybridization with otherconcept behind this algorithm is to save the bits by converting algorithm.the higher number system to lower one. It is a simplecompression and decompression process which is free from II. ALGORITHM STRATEGYtime complexity. At first we need to break the file into some parts or someKeywords— Number system, Bit saving, Differential sub files. This differential condition is that the file will betechnique. broken when the no. of distinct characters will be n. Here n is an integer number which will be varied file to file. Now the I. INTRODUCTION total number of different characters is n then we consider the file as n base number system where each character is one of Data compression or source coding is the process of the elements of this n base number system. So, now theencoding information using fewer bits (or other information requirement is indexing of the different characters present inbearing units) than a non encoded representation would use the sequential file from 0 to n-1. Now we pick g numbers ofthrough specific use of encoding schemes [1,2,3,5]. It follows characters from the original file at a time and then taking thethat the receiver must be aware of the encoding scheme in index number of each character calculates its decimal valueorder to decode the data to its original form. The compression according to number theory system. Now represent thisschemes that are designed are basically trade- offs among decimal value by s numbers of bits in binary format to get thethe degree of data compression, the amount of distortion compressed file. Here is a certain relation between g and sintroduced and the resources (software and hardware) which is established by mathematical analysis in the laterrequired to compress and decompress data. The primary section. To get the best compression proper selection of thisreason behind doing so is to reduce the storage space g and s parameter is very necessary.required to save the data, or the bandwidth required totransmit it. Although storage technology has developed III. CALCULATIONsignificantly over the past decade, the same cannot be saidfor transmission capacity. Data compression schemes may Let take an n-base number system where n can be anybroadly be classified into – 1.Lossless compression and integer. So the value of maximum element of this number2.Lossy compression. Lossless compression algorithms system is n-1. Now we take g no. of such element of thisusually exploit statistical redundancy in such a way as to number system. Then the maximum value of this g no. ofrepresent the sender’s data more concisely without error. elements would be,Lossless compression is possible because most real world Max_val= (n-1)*n0 +(n-1)*n1 +(n-1)*n2 +…….+(n-1)*ng-1data has statistical redundancy. Another kind of compression, =(n-1)[(ng -1)/(n-1)]= (ng -1).called lossy data compression is possible if some loss of Then, similarly with s no. of bits the maximum binary value isfidelity is acceptable. It is important to consider that in case (2s -1).of lossy compression, the original data cannot be So, now if we transfer this n-base number system to binaryreconstructed from the compressed data due to rounding off number system then,or removal of some parts of data as a result of redundancies. We can say, (ng -1)= (2s -1)  ng = 2s  g*log(n)These types of compression are also widely used in Image =s*log(2)  s/g= log(n)/log(2)compression [10,11,12]. The theoretical background of  s/g = 3.322*log(n)compression is provided by information theory and by rate Now, if we consider a file as a number system where each© 2011 ACEEE 16DOI: 01.IJIT.01.03.537
  • 2. ACEEE Int. J. on Information Technology, Vol. 01, No. 03, Dec 2011character is an element of this system then actually g bytes 6. Let the decimal value is val.can be replaced by s bits. So, we can say 8g bits will be 7. Divide val by n , until we store g no. of remainder in anreplaced by s no. of bits. Now, we can say the array rem[ ]. Let rem[ ]={c0, c1, c2, ……..,cg-2, cg-1}.%compression=(1-s/(8g))*100 % 8. Set i=0 and Flag=0.= (1-0.41525*log(n))*100 % where n is the no. of different 9. While(i<g and Flag=0)types of characters in the file. 10. If rem[i]=Sequence[n-1] then Go to step 11 else Go to step 13. IV. ALGORITHM 11. Set Flag=1. 12. Go to step 9. Steps for Compression: 13. i=i+11. Begin 14. Go to step 9.2. Set store[0]=(space) 15. End of While Loop.3. Set count=1 16. If Flag=1 then Go to4. Take an empty one order matrix with size n. Let the 17. Now map the each element of the array rem[ ] with thematrix is store[ ]. Sequence[ ] which is mentioned in Compression routine.5. Do Until(end of file) Let rem[ ]={c0, c1, c2, ……..,cg-2, cg-1}.Then put the Sequence6. Read the file and pick the character from the file. [c0 ], sequence[c1],…….sequence [cg-1 ] into a file extract.7. If the character is present in the matrix store[ ] then go 18. Go to step 4.to step 8 else go to step 4 . 19. Now map the 0 to ith element of the array rem[ ] with the8. Set store[count]=character Sequence[ ] which is mentioned in Compression routine. So,9. count=count+1 put the Sequence [c0 ], Sequence[c1],……………......10. If count = n then go to step 11 else go to step 5 . Sequence[ci] in the file extract.11. Break the file including the last character which is read. 20. Set j=j+112. count=1 21. Sequence[ ] = {Character set of jth Sub file.}13. Go to step 5 22. Go to Step 4.14. End of Loop. 23. End of Loop.15. Apply the steps from step 15 to step 27 on each sub 24. Extract will be the decompressed File.file for getting the compression. 25. End16. Find out the different types of characters in the file.17. Store the different characters in an array. V. ALGORITHM ILLUSTRATIONSequence[ ]={sorted character set}.18. Count the no. of different characters. Now it will be n. For example consider a text like ‘Bob is a boy’. Total no ofSo here we consider the file as a n-base number system. characters are 12 but the character set is [B,o,b,i,s,a,y, ,]. They19. g=select an integer g. can be indexed as {B=0,o=1,b=2,i=3,s=4,a=5,y=6 and 7 for20. s=Ceiling value of (3.322*g*log(n)) space}. Since number of characters in character set is 8,21. Do until (end of file) therefore n=8 and take g=4. So s=3.322*(log 8)*4.22. Pick up g no. of characters from the original file at a s=12.00243.Taking ceiling value of s we get s=13. Now take 4time. characters from original string at a time and calculate the23. Find the position of the each picked up character within decimal value of the index. The first 4 characters {B,o,b, }the Sequence[ ] and store the positional value into another and the index position are {0,1,2,7} and calculate it in decimalarray pos[ ]. Let pos[ ]={a0, a1, …..,ag-2, ag-1}. value in such a way, 0*8^0+1*8^1+2*8^2+7*8^3=3720. Again24. pos_val= a0 * n0 + a1 * n1+ …+ ag-2* ng-2 + ag-1 * ng-1. convert 3720 into binary to get a 13 bit value, put in the file in25. Now represent the pos_val with s no. of bits in binary (0111010001000). So by representing in this way the total sizesystem. Put these bits into a file Result. of compressed file will be 13*3= 39 bits, whereas the original26. Go to step 21. size of the text was 8*12= 96bits. Now in the decryption27. End of loop process, convert the compressed bit string into the decimal28. Result file is the compressed file. value. So converting (0111010001000)2=(3720)10. Again29. End convert this 3720 with n=8 base number system then we get {7,2,1,0} and then reverse it {0,1,2,7} . After mapping withSteps for Decompression: index, we get back the original string {B,o,b }.In such a way1. Begin decryption process can be done.2. Set j=03. Sequence[ ] = {Character set of jth Sub file.}4. Do until end of compressed string or File.5. Take s no. of bits at a time and then calculate its decimal value.© 2011 ACEEE 17DOI: 01.IJIT.01.03.537
  • 3. ACEEE Int. J. on Information Technology, Vol. 01, No. 03, Dec 2011 VI. ALGORITHM DISCUSSION A. Characters Set Size and Compression gain The above mentioned graph(Fig.1) just show how the compression gain varies with size of characters set when the differential technique is not applied i.e. no breaking of files. It gives better compression when the size of characters set is lesser. Here we can find some similarity with other well known statistical data compression techniques like Huffman algorithm B. Differential Technique and Compression gain The above mentioned table and graph(Fig.2) shows when we apply differential technique then we get constant compression. The selection of no. characters(variable ‘n’ in the compression routine) on which the breaking of the file is dependent is very important. This number should be the trade Fig. 1 The graph for No. Of distinct characters in a File Vs of between the compression gain and the no. of file breakings. Compression gain without differential technique. If the number is very small then the no. of file breakings will be increase and it increase the complexity so much. Though it improves the compression gain also. Similarly if the selected number is so high then the no. of file breakings will be decreased which decrease the complexity also. But on the other hand compression gain will be deteriorated also. So the selected number should be a certain value by which the algorithm performs with a moderate compression gain and complexity. VII. CONCLUSIONS In this paper a new data compression algorithm is introduced. The unique feature of this algorithm is its simplicity. An entirely different technique is employed to reduce the size of text files. The technique of ’saving bits’ is Fig. 2 The graph for No. Of distinct characters in a File Vs employed in this algorithm. Since every character is taken Compression gain applying differential technique. (Differential care of, so the output codes do not depend upon the condition is, n=20) . repetition, like most of the other compression algorithms. T ABLE I Different combination of characters can be represented by fewer numbers of bits. After the code formation, ASCII replaces the binary numbers, which finally reduces the file size. The compression algorithm takes O(n) time, where n is the total number of characters in the file. Since the differential breaking follows Divide and Conquer policy, it takes O(nlogn) time. So, the total computation time required for this algorithm is proportional to O(nlogn). Quite a lot of research and findings led to the conclusion that there are no such algorithms in data compression that lay emphasis on differential compression based on number theory and bit reduction. ACKNOWLEDGMENT First, we would like to thank Professor Subarna Bhattacharjee[4], for her valuable advice, support and constant encouragement. Her constant criticisms and reviews gave us the conceptual clarity. We owe a significant lot to all faculty members of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the Department of Information Technology. Fig. 3 Compression Gain of proposed algorithm compared with It was in one such class of Design and Analysis of Algorithms existing algorithms that we first envisioned the above algorithm. We would also© 2011 ACEEE 18DOI: 01.IJIT.01.03.537
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